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55 year old Hispanic woman presented for routine surveillance colonoscopy. She denied any symptoms (abdominal pain, blood in stool, fever, weight loss). Her surgical history included a hysterectomy, ovarian cystectomy, and remote appendectomy. She also had a colonic polyp removed 7years earlier. Her family history was negative for colorectal neoplasm. Her colonoscopy revealed scattered diverticula and an oblong, polypoid lesion over the site of the appendiceal orifice.What Is the Diagnosis?

A.  Appendiceal neoplasm/polyp

B.  Inverted appendix

C.  Appendix mucocele

D.  Intussusception

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